With two chains of lakes, Victorian mansions, the iconic Capri Drive-In movie theater, antiquing and an opera house, Coldwater is a classic summer destination.
The Grand Haven Musical Fountain mesmerizes audiences every summer evening with free, synchronized water and light shows set to a variety of tunes.
The Keweenaw Peninsula, a rocky finger of land jutting into the icy blue of Superior, is a wild and remote place, with a generous pinch of magic and myth.
Celebrated in festivals and showcased in restaurants across the state, blueberries are one of the few fruits native to North America.
Mackinac Island, located in the straits between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas, is a hiker’s paradise.
In 1984, Dean Oswald and his wife Jewel established Oswald’s Bear Ranch as a private sanctuary for orphaned cubs and injured bears.
Executive eChef Luke VerHulst and his team serve upscale comfort food at the award-winning Reserve Wine & Food in downtown Grand Rapids.
Discover fly fishing on the stretch of the Boyne River named the Everett Kircher Preserve, for the late founder of the Boyne Resorts empire.
In the era of “American Graffiti” and “Happy Days,” drive-in restaurants became a common stop along the American landscape.
Visiting the dozens of craft wineries in Michigan’s “fruit belt,” as the area is known, is a guaranteed good time.
In 1871 when architect Elijah E. Myers was designing Michigan’s capitol building, the concept of a state modeling its seat after the United States Capitol was novel.
The Polish Art Center’s two shops are packed with imported foods, linens, folk art, amber jewelry, books, apparel and hand-painted Boleslawiec Stoneware.